It's time to be clear about how social media affects our relationships and well-being—and what our intentions are each time we log on.
By Jane Bahk | January 2018
By Jenara Nerenberg | January 18, 2018
For the Greater Good Science Center, “diversity” refers to both an obvious fact of human life—namely, that there are many different…Read More
The term “empathy” is used to describe a wide range of experiences. Emotion researchers generally define empathy as the ability to sense…Read More
“Primates really are informavores—information stimulates our brains the same way food and sex do.”― What Curiosity Looks Like in the Brain, by Vivian Hemmelder